am i eligible for dental implants

Am I Eligible for Dental Implants?

Am I Eligible for Dental Implants?

Am I eligible for dental implants?

Q. Am I eligible for Dental Implants?

A.Well, a lot depends not only on whether you a good candidate for Dental Implants but also whether it is the best choice of treatment for your current dental circumstances.

Dental Implants are a consideration when a person has missing teeth and the gaps need addressing.

For a person to be considered a good candidate for dental implants the dentist must be sure that there is no better alternative. There must be enough good quality bone where the dental implant is intended to be placed. If not, then bone grafting / augmentation may be an option. A panoramic x-ray and/or a 3D CT Scan will show how much quality of bone there is in the upper and lower jawbone and the dentist will be able to tell you whether you are a good candidate for dental implants as well as give you a treatment plan which also details cost.

Our dentist will always evaluate success, stability, bone reduction, risk, cost and convenience when considering dental implants compared to a non-dental implant option such as dental bridges. Sometimes a bridge option can be more logical if there are enough natural teeth to support bridges. Sometimes dental implants which support dental restorations such as a fixed bridge or special denture is the only option.

We can provide traditional dentures but all of our patients come to us because they want an alternative to the denture. Patients are fed up with dentures that do not fit properly and does not allow comfortable eating.

You can also read about full circle bridges supported by dental implants or even denture stabilisation which is a slim denture fixed by dental implants to stop slippage and wobble as well as improve the way you eat.

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Read about Carols journey – A case study on dental implants when there are no teeth

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